Interdisciplinary Approaches to Hydrologic Dynamics, Analytics and Predictability

A special issue of Geosciences (ISSN 2076-3263). This special issue belongs to the section "Hydrogeology".

Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 September 2020) | Viewed by 501

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1. Meteoceanics Interdisciplinary Centre for Complex System Science, Vienna, Austria, and Lisbon, Portugal
2. CCIAM, Centre for Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Changes (CE3C), Universidade de Lisboa, 1649-004 Lisbon, Portugal
Interests: physics of complex systems; information theory; nonlinear statistical physics; nonlinear dynamics; nonlinear statistics; fluid dynamical systems; climate dynamics; earth system dynamics; nonlinear geophysics; atmospheric physics; extreme events and natural hazards; climate–ecosystem–society interactions; climate change and sustainable development
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Meteoceanics Interdisciplinary Centre for Complex System Science; Vienna, Austria, and Lisbon, Portugal
Interests: hydro-climatology; hydrologic processes; water resources; geo-ecology; big data analytics; climate–ecosystem–society interactions; extreme events and natural hazards; flood regime changes; climate change and sustainable development
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Special Issue Information

Dear Colleagues,

Hydrology is a rich multidisciplinary field encompassing a complex process network involving interactions of diverse nature and scales. Still, it abides by the core dynamical principles regulating individual and cooperative processes and interactions, ultimately relating to the overall Earth system dynamics. This Special Issue focuses on advances in the theoretical and applied studies in hydrologic dynamics, regimes, transitions, and extremes, along with their physical understanding, predictability, and uncertainty. Moreover, it welcomes research on dynamical co-evolution, feedbacks, and synergies among hydrologic and other Earth system processes at multiple spatiotemporal scales. The Special Issue further encourages a discussion on the physical and analytical approaches to hydrologic dynamics, ranging from stochastic, computational, and system dynamic analysis, to more general frameworks addressing non-ergodic and thermodynamically unstable processes and interactions.

Contributions are welcome from a diverse community in hydrology and the broader physical geosciences, working with diverse approaches ranging from dynamical modelling to data mining, machine learning, and analysis, with a physical understanding in mind.

Prof. Dr. Rui A. P. Perdigão
Dr. Julia Hall
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Keywords

  • Complex systems
  • Multiscale Earth system dynamics
  • Hydrologic processes
  • Eco-hydrology
  • Hydro-climatology
  • Big data analytics
  • Spatiotemporal patterns
  • Machine learning
  • Nonlinear dynamic modelling
  • Information physics

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